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Centre to send special flight for Indians in Egypt

The government has made arrangements for a special Air India flight to carry 300 Indians -- mainly women and children -- from Cairo, which has been rocked by violent protests for the past few days,......

Taslima shifted to undisclosed location by Centre

After being hounded out of Kolkata and Jaipur, controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen was shifted to an undisclosed location late on Monday night, minutes after the Centre decided to take......

What India should learn from the Manipur ambush

The site of the ambush in Manipur Manipur needs an integrated politico, military, socio-economic approach, says Sanjeev Nayyar. An attack by Naga militants in Chandel district of Manipur resulted......

The Rafale deal is Modi's 'masterstroke'

'Under the present Defence Procurement Procedure, it would have been a nightmare, and a long, long one at that, to build 108 Rafales in India. Modi realised this and took the wise decision, though......

Modi takes the flight to Chinese Prez Xi's hometown

Prime Narendra Modi on Wednesday night left for China for a three-day visit, expressing confidence that his trip would deepen mutual trust, work out a roadmap for upgrading bilateral economic ties......

Flight delays? Time to fix 'soft' infrastructure

If we can put together a world-class airport, why can't we fix the 'soft' infrastructure parts like the Air Traffic Control, asks Arindam Bhattacharya.I was sitting in a plane in Mumbai waiting for......

Firms fly to chartered airline business

Sometime in the second half of this year, Vijay Mallya-controlled Kingfisher Airlines will start operating chartered flights with two helicopters in and around Mumbai.Later, it will also press into......

Many big companies live in fear for their future in digital age

Industries with the highest number of top-rated companies at risk were hospitality/travel, media and entertainment, retail, financial services and consumer goods/manufacturing The top executives of......

AI shuts down some foreign, local offices to cut costs

To cut costs, Air India is pruning the number of its foreign and local offices and has already shut down 23 booking offices in different parts of the country, the government said on Monday. The......

Sebi lines up reforms, to boost infrastructure projects

To deepen markets and help raise funds for business and infrastructure projects, Sebi on Sunday announced a slew of measures including for listing of municipal bonds and for setting up of a global......

D Ramanaidu: From rice grower to number one filmmaker

Veteran Telugu film producer Dr Daggubbati Ramanaidu passed away into the ages on February 18. In an interview he had granted Rediff.com in September 2010, he tells us how he started making......

La Liga PHOTOS: Ronaldo smashes hat-trick; Atletico stay third on table

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo (left) celebrates his goal with teammate James Rodriguez during their La Liga match against Getafe at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on Saturday. Photograph:......

Heads set to roll after England's Caribbean flop show?

England captain Alastair Cook (2nd from left) and teammates Stuart Broad (left), Ian Bell (centre) and Jonathan Trott look on at the after match presentations as the series was squared 1-1 after......

Spinner Ashwin content playing second fiddle to pace

Ravichandran Ashwin during a press conference. Photograph: Vipin Pawar/Solaris Images Ravichandran Ashwin may not be India's highest wicket-taker in the World Cup but the lanky off-spinner is not......

Dhoni switched to Plan B: Take the pace off the ball and the oxygen out of the game

'For all practical purposes, the game ended at the break. The Irish bowlers had neither the pace nor the skill to compete against the Indian line-up; the lack of swing further blunted any edge they......

I had no interest in shooting when I joined the army, says Jitu Rai

'I had initially gone to join the British army in Dharan, which is located in eastern Nepal.' 'I joined the Indian army in 2006 and only took up shooting a few years later, in 2008. When I joined......
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